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|2011 ||The American family in black and white: A post-racial strategy for improving skills to promote equality||Heckman, James J.
|2006 ||The substitutability of labor of selected ethnic groups in the US labor market||Kahanec, Martin
|2006 ||Mexican entrepreneurship: a comparison of self-employment in Mexico and the United States||Fairlie, Robert W. / Woodruff, Christopher
|2005 ||Oppositional identities and the labor market||Battu, Harminder / Mwale, McDonald / Zenou, Yves
|2014 ||Should the U.S. Continue Its Family-Friendly Immigration Policy?||Duleep, Harriet / Regets, Mark
|2003 ||Does city Structure affect the labor market outcomes of black workers?||Selod, Harris / Zenou, Yves
|2014 ||Do Immigrants Work in Worse Jobs than U.S. Natives? Evidence from California||Zavodny, Madeline
|2013 ||The impact of city contracting set-asides on black self-employment and employment||Chatterji, Aaron K. / Chay, Kenneth Y. / Fairlie, Robert W.
|2013 ||Empirical characteristics of legal and illegal immigrants in the US||Caponi, Vincenzo / Plesca, Miana
|2004 ||The Societal Integration of Immigrants in Germany||Fertig, Michael